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My name is Clare
I shall do my best to help you but I need some further informtaion first.
What ongoing proceedings are there?
I am sorry but there is a risk that doing this would amount to harassment.
There are no ongoing proceedings so this would be nothing to do with being a litigant in person.
You can of course write to her - simply pointing out that she has lied.
However the fact is that this matter has been dealt with by the courts and is over.
Yes she lied - sadly many do - but she is never going to correct that and you can be certain that she will use any contact with you as evidence of your being abusive.
From what you have said the important people - your children - know the truth, and your friends will also know the kind of person you are - and anyone who beleives her clearly someone who did not know you well enough to be entitled to claim to be your friend.
I am sorry - I know that this is not what you wish to hear - but it is the legal position as it is
Please ask if you need further details
I am so very very sorry but legally this matter is done with and over
Writing to her about this now would be harassment and none of the other evidence would be seen as relevant and would not be looked at
People who know you know you did not do it - anyone who does was never a friend (and yes personal experience here)
I am so very sorry but no there is no action you can take
Well I would suggest you do not do it - and in any event it is a personal and not a legal letter
But you are entitled to write and say
"I am sorry that you felt that you had to lie about what happened between us and hope for the sake of our children that you will one day be willing to admit to what you did"
Only write the once however
My apologies for the delay
It is a matter for the police to decide whether or not to take action.
Your sons can report the assaults to the police